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post #3331 of 10408
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Originally Posted by mrbrioni View Post

Just had a chance to open up my box from Adam and the guys at Skoaktiebolaget.

At a quick first glance both the spectators as well as the grey suede's I purchased are absolutely stunning - even nicer than my first 2 pairs of Carmina's.


Will post pictures little bit later tonight.

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post #3332 of 10408
These are my new pickups from the folks at Skoaktiebolaget, they were a pleasure to deal with and I received the shoes in less than a week to the US from Stockholm.


These pictures don't do these shoes justice what so ever. I own John Lobb, Edward Green, and Gaziano & Girling respectively, however for the price I don't believe there is anything that comes close to these shoes.


Thanks guys

Please excuse my crappy iphoto's

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post #3333 of 10408
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Originally Posted by mrbrioni View Post

These are my new pickups from the folks at Skoaktiebolaget, they were a pleasure to deal with and I received the shoes in less than a week to the US from Stockholm.
 

Lovely shoes! Congratulations!

post #3334 of 10408

Damn, Brioni, those spectators are hot.

post #3335 of 10408
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Lovely shoes! Congratulations!

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Originally Posted by diglett View Post

Damn, Brioni, those spectators are hot.


Thanks guys!

Honestly as beautiful as they look in Skoak's pictures, doesn't come close to how gorgeous they are IRL. Beautiful in every which way, and the fit is impeccable.

Grab them both while you can.

Only thing I'd change if I could is the side's of the soles on the grey suede to black instead of dark brownish...
post #3336 of 10408
The Adelaide's are just wow
post #3337 of 10408
Have to agree those Adelaide's are awesome, if only they weren't Simpson lasted. I seem to only be able to wear the Simpson in a derby, oxfords are just a bit tight.
post #3338 of 10408

If you could get five other people interested, you could do an MTO for the standard price of a pair, Jason.

post #3339 of 10408

I Bet your interested already Gerry ;)

post #3340 of 10408

Nah, man. I'm done for now. Just watching.

post #3341 of 10408
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Nah, man. I'm done for now. Just watching.
Ha me too, no shoes for me for a while. All these nappies and baby stuff is expensive man.
post #3342 of 10408
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

Ha me too, no shoes for me for a while. All these nappies and baby stuff is expensive man.

Tell me about it! nod[1].gif I got another one in the production line due in May. A kid that is, not a MTO smile.gif
post #3343 of 10408

Leaves, I'm sure you will be more than happy with the outcome of your 'project' wink.gif

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Speaking of potential MTOs...with that lizard Carmina chelsea on the front page, would anyone be interested in a lizard chelsea or jodhpur for this coming Autumn? That would put us around May for deposits, accounting for Carmina's summer vacation, and delivery in September.

post #3345 of 10408
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Tell me about it! nod[1].gif I got another one in the production line due in May. A kid that is, not a MTO smile.gif

Yeah, perfect timing as well, I can take some paternity leave just in time for the Football World Cup next summer. smile.gif

Back on topic, I'm going to be at the Carmina factory in Inca on Monday (March 4). Any requests for photos or intel?
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